Technology and Communication in Our Past Day Camp

11802139_10153008343262155_1566732912_nThe Fredericton Region Museum is offering a technology inspired history day camp during the week of July 17th to 21st.  Calling all communicators! This week focuses on the history and evolution of communications and technologies that past generations used and enjoyed! Campers will participate with and learn about different types of technology and communication technologies from our past through crafts, field trips and games while also having lots of fun!

The museum operates six different weeks of summer day camps offering children 8 to 11 years of age an opportunity to directly explore some of Fredericton’s history and discover links to the City’s past.  Our camps have a maximum of 10 Campers each week, allowing the children to fully participate and enjoy the week in their own way while exploring and learning about our past in a fun and inclusive manner.  Children take daily trips to nearby sites and visit heritage gems that make Fredericton a wonderful place to live.  With lots of time for creativity, campers play traditional and contemporary games, construct crafts, explore our heritage, make lasting friendships and learn about our past in a unique way!

This camp starts next week but we still have a few spots open.  The registration fee is $140 and includes a museum t-shirt, materials and activities.

2017 Summer Camp Parent Handbook
2017 Summer Camp Registration and Consent Forms

Registration forms/consent forms and payment can be delivered to the Fredericton Region Museum Office at 571 Queen Street during our business hours (10 am – 4 pm, Monday to Friday).

We are now also offering Email Money Transfers!  Please contact us for further details on the process!

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